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Man Falls to Death after Breakdown; Serial Bandit in Delco; 42 Arrested at Phish Concerts in AC
 
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 11/05/13 6:38 pm | updated: 11/05/13 6:44 pm
 
A man fell to his death this morning after his card broke down along a busy highway. Delaware State Police say a 26-year-old man fell from the Roth Bridge on Route 1 in Middleton, DE. The man's car became disabled in the southbound lanes of the bridge that cross the Chesapeake & Delaware Canal. He called for a tow truck and also had a friend pick him up. The friend arrived before the truck and they left instead of waiting. The friend exited the highway and turned around. As they went back northbound across the bridge they spotted the tow truck on the other side. The man got out of the car and attempted to cross between the spans of the bridge, falling to his death instead.

Upper Darby police are looking for a serial bandit that has struck seven times in the last two weeks in Delaware County. Upper Darby police superintendent Michael Chitwood says the spree started October 19th and includes a drug store, convenience stores, and a sandwich shop. He has become more dangerous as the robberies have gone on. At first claiming he was armed, then pulling a knife and now showing a gun. They believe he may be a drug addict making robberies every few days to support his habit. If he attempts to rob you, don't confront him, call police. The man is in his 20's. There is a $2000 reward.

Police in Atlantic City arrested 42 people during Phish's Halloween concert run at Boardwalk Hall Thursday-Saturday October 31-November 2nd. Several Atlantic City special task forces conducted undercover and surveillance operations around Boardwalk Hall during the three day run. They recovered a variety of drugs including hashish, MDMA, psilocybin mushrooms, LSD in paper blotters and sugar cubes, prescription pills, bath salts, nitrous oxide tanks and marijuana in several forms, including cookies and brownies. They also confiscated $11,000. In music news, Phish covered their own not-yet-recorded album Wingsuit as their musical costume on October 31st. 92-year-old Abe Vigoda, dressed in a wombat suit, made a cameo on stage during the night.

Mostly Cloudy, Temps around 50 this evening in Center City
 
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 by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA | responded: 11/05 6:44 pm
 
Delco serial bandit

 

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